Sean Mulkerrin

Kristin O’Neill, the assistant director of the Committee on Open Government, said the entire point of the provision is to allow the public to follow along with the public body as it discusses the document. 

Incumbent Timothy Kremer was the night’s lowest vote-getter, with 323 ballots cast in his favor, while Kathy Fiero nearly doubled Kremer’s count, receiving 643 votes, and Matthew Bergerson also far outpaced Kremer with 550 votes. 

On May 14, project consultants from MJ Engineering provided the  committee with an overview of the preliminary draft plan. 

In October, engineer Richard Straut, who pulls double-duty as Voorheesville’s mayor, recommended that Altamont study the introduction of potassium ferrate into the drinking water at the Brandle Road site. 

The Guilderland Town Board on May 7 voted unanimously to accept Guilderland Village LLC’s application for a proposed Planned Unit Development on 13 acres of land spread across five separate tax parcels between 2298 and 2314 Western Ave.

With Patricia Putman not running for re-election, incumbent Timothy Kremer faces two challengers for his board seat. 

A public hearing on the proposed spending plan, which is technically up over 14 percent from this year due to a one-time, already-accounted-for $3 million capital project outlay, is set for May 13. 

The park in an April 28 Facebook post stated it was closing the trail “for further inspection.”

On Monday, the Voorheesville Central School District announced it had hired Lisa Cardillo, currently the principal of Taconic Hills Junior and Senior High School, to lead Clayton A. Bouton.

On May 7, a joint public hearing of the planning commission and zoning board is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Voorheesville firehouse on Atlas Copco’s proposed expansion plans. 


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